There is an increasing risk of large wildfires in high latitude regions, Scandinavia included, concludes a newly published study by researchers from CICERO Center for International Climate Research and the University of Oslo.
Extreme weather | Arctic | Forests
Dr Jan S. Fuglestvedt, research director at CICERO, was elected Vice Chair to IPCCs Working Group III on late Friday 29 July.
In the future, an increase in turbulence will alleviate the intensity of near-surface air pollution, according to a new paper by CICERO researchers published in Nature Communications. The findings bring a positive message showing the added benefits of mitigation.
Atmospheric particles | Air pollution | Health
Human-caused global warming has continued to increase at an “unprecedented rate” since the last major assessment of the climate system published two years ago, say 50 leading scientists in a new paper in the journal Earth System Science Data.
Global climate targets | Carbon budget | Carbon emissions globally
The global warming effect of leaked hydrogen is almost 12 times stronger than co₂, shows a new study by CICERO, a climate research centre, published in Nature Communications Earth & Environment.
Twenty-two years into the twenty-first century, the oldest source of air pollution still prevails. Despite the many policies implemented by national governments and promoted by global bodies, solid fuel remains by far the dominant fuel used for cooking in most low and middle-income countries of South Asia and Africa, while solid fuel (both biomass and coal) is used for heating in much of East and Central Europe and Northern China.
Climate impacts internationally | Health
S&P Global has acquired CICERO Shades of Green, the world’s largest provider of second party opinions on green bonds from CICERO, a Norwegian climate research centre.
Steffen Kallbekken, Victor David G.
Nature , 2022
Marianne Aasen, Håkon Sælen
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment , 2022
Fay Madeleine Farstad, Erlend Andre T. Hermansen, Bård Sødal Grasbekk et al.
Global Environmental Change , 2022